Fritz B. Busch 2018-07-20T15:04:50+00:00

Feel-good atmosphere

for the classic cars of Fritz B. Busch

Fritz B. Busch (born May 2, 1922 in Erfurt as Fritz Bob Busch, † August 5, 2010 in Vogt)
was a German automobile writer, car tester, journalist and television presenter.
In 1973 Busch founded the first private car museum in Wolfegg, Upper Swabia. In a historic atmosphere over 100 years of automotive development could be traced in the Automuseum Wolfegg.

The automobile

and its evolution over the past 100 years.

In the year 2010

The Automuseum Wolfegg, after the death of Fritz B. Busch, was continued by his daughter Anka Busch. In the autumn of 2016, she decided, due to her age, to continue living her father’s life’s work in the AUTO & TRAKTOR MUSEUM BODENSEE. Most of the exhibition “100 Years of Living in the City” goes back to Fritz B. Busch. Lovingly completed was the bush collection, from the Automuseum Wolfegg, with many vehicles from its own collection, such as. the Porsche 356A or DB 220 convertible.

The experience to take away

In our museum shop you will find a selection of over 200 souvenirs and gift ideas around the theme of the AUTO & TRAKTOR MUSEUM.

  • barrier-free access

  • family friendly
  • for groups
  • dogs allowed
  • free parking
  • open tue - sun | 10.00 - 17.00 (off-season)